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Finding an executive with appropriate payment expectations impacts the possible fit between the candidate and the company.
The newer expectations of CIOs could change what a company needs to do to find the right one for them.
Could your business offer equity payment as a means of compensating an incoming CEO?
The CEO of MicroStrategy is reducing his pay out of consideration for his company.
Do you need to find a candidate within a certain salary range, and if so, are you prepared for the global executive search needed to find him or her?
Should you be looking for a 65-year-old CEO? Research seems to show that your company can.
Compensation can be a tricky subject of discussion with any incoming CEO, especially when that person sees themselves as the figurehead or center of a particular company.
Headline and realized pay models can serve as guidelines for startups attempting to determine executive pay.
CEOs may be lasting longer in their positions than in previous years, according to a recent study.
When executive pay is disclosed to the public, CEOs are likely to be more responsive to board members and investors.